Push-pull trainset Germany
The push-pull unit for Germany is designed for operation by Deutsche Bahn primarily on the Nuremberg-Ingolstadt-Munich line, however, homologated for the whole Germany.
The unit consists of a driving car, four intermediate cars, the end car and the latest Škoda Transportation Emil Zátopek electric locomotive.
The vehicle‘s interior is divided into the first and second classes while a new children‘s section has recently been added. Units are fully equipped with HVAC, multifunctional areas for wheelchairs and bicycles, and for the first time also with children compartment.
The unit is designed for a maximum speed of 200 km/h and will be operated with a maximum speed of 190km/h
Škoda Transportation is the first supplier to Germany to offer vehicles with wheelchair access from platforms at a height of 760 mm. The push-pull unit meets the strictest German and European standards.
The units are equipped with a special, pressure-tight vehicle body which enables units to pass each other in tunnels at speeds of up to 300 km/h, this leads to smooth and unimpeded travel.
At the customer’s request, the unit provides 676 seats. Each unit also provides 37 places for bicycles and several places for people with reduced mobility which also includes places for their helpers. Taking all this into consideration, travel in this kind of unit adds up to an ideal choice.